Tamburlaine Hotel appoints head concierge

Martha Elwell By Martha Elwell
27 November 2017 | Updated 27 November 2017

UK: Matthew Cook named as new head concierge at Tamburlaine Hotel in Cambridge

The Tamburlaine Hotel in Cambridge has named Matthew Cook as its new head concierge.

Matthew has been curating bespoke experiences for guests for 23 years, previously working at The Trafalgar Hilton and Radisson Blu Stansted Airport among others. He began his career as a bell boy at the London Hilton on Park Lane in the early nineties, where he was promoted to assistant concierge after two years.

Cook said: "The challenge of creating guest experiences is what I love most about my role. Every day is different and being able to deliver on guests requests and offer them an unforgettable experience is priceless."

At Tamburlain, Cook will be in charge of offering guests a curated experience, proving expert advice about how to explore the historic university town.

General Manager at Tamburlaine, Simon Drake said: "I'm extremely pleased to have Matthew on board. Tamburlaine is a luxury destination for our guests, and to be able to offer personalised and tailored experiences will ensure our guests have an unforgettable experience."

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